In winter, people may experience seasonal affective disorder due to lack of sunlight. Winter depression, as it is also called, causes lethargy, anxiety and loss of interest. But it can and must be dealt with. I found a cheat sheet on how to survive this difficult winter. You can stick to it from December to March, finish it off and generally use only those items from it that fit, and those that do not fit, and ignore it. We will divide ourselves very conditionally into 3 cubes: a cube of the body, a cube of the psyche (the whole tangle of hard-to-recognise feelings) and a cube of thoughts. Actually, things are more complicated: each cube is inextricably linked to the other two, but - conditionally. To survive in December, we have to fill each cube with something. Because if we let things go, they will be filled with gloomy and motionless longing. Fatigue and anxiety. What does the body need?